Warc Prizes

Rewarding effective communications

Lucy Aitken, Case Study Editor


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Latest news: Innovation Awards deadline for entries: 26 January 2017

Warc Innovation Awards

Entries are now open to the 2017 Innovation Awards, which recognise innovative thinking that delivers tangible results.

The Awards are free to enter and open to entries from any country and any communications discipline. There is a $10,000 prize fund for the winning papers.

Warc is looking for innovative strategies that might use new technology, or that might use old technology in a new way.

The Admap Prize

The 2017 Admap Prize, on the topic "How should TV and Social be used to maximum effect?", is now open for entries.

The essay contest is free to enter, with a $5,000 cash prize to the author of the Gold-awarded essay.

The Prize encourages and rewards individual excellence in strategic thinking in brand communications.

Warc Media Awards

The shortlist for the Effective Channel Integration category for the 2016 Warc Media Awards has been announced. The awards recognise comms planning which has made a positive impact on business results.

The $40,000 prize fund is spread over four categories and each one has its own 10-strong judging panel and set of Special Awards.

The other categories are effective use of tech, effective channel integration and effective use of data.

Warc Prize for Asian Strategy

The winners of the 2016 Warc Prize for Asian Strategy, which recognises strategic thinking that has driven business results, have been announced.

The $5,000 Grand Prix was won by P&G India's Ariel Matic - Share The Load campaign, by BBDO India.

The $1,000 Special Awards went to campaigns for MasterCard, Vodafone, Diu Tourism and Make Love Not Scars.

Warc Prize for Social Strategy

The winners of the 2016 Social Prize, which recognises 'social by design' ideas that have driven business results, have been announced.

The $5,000 Grand Prix was won by Halifax's 'Making money extra easy' campaign, by adam&eveDDB.

The $1,000 Special Awards went to campaigns for Amnesty International UK, HSBC, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Tesco.